b'A Place for Every Home VISIT MilwaukeeMilwaukee CountyArea CommunitiesG iven the many wonderful options, choosing where to live may be the most difficult decision you will have to make. One of your primary considerations will likely be finding a home near where you or your partner will work. Fortunately, Milwaukees average commute time is among the lowest in the country, which means its possible to live anywhere in the metropolitan area and still be close to the urban amenities of downtown Milwaukee. The following pages contain descriptions of the five diverse counties in the metropolitan Milwaukee area. A detailed narrative about life in each county is followed by informationPewaukeeand statistical data on everyWaukesha Countymunicipality, including population, median income, property tax rate, school district and recent home sales prices.Where Sales Dreamstime/Gerald DeboerAre Hot Ozaukee CountyWhile home sales have been strong throughout the greater metropolitan area, certain communities are experiencing an extremely active market, both in terms of the number of listings and the speed with which homes are sold. Erin HillsIn addition to DowntownWashington CountyMilwaukee, the Third Ward and the Fifth Ward, the communities with the most active home sales markets are Bay View, Mequon, Shorewood, Fox Point, Whitefish Bay, Wauwatosa, Oak Creek, Delafield, Cedarburg, Grafton, Sussex, Brookfield, Muskego andRacine CountyMukwonago. discovermilwaukee.com 61'